Monthly Archives: August 2011

Art of Telling – Your Image – Part 2

In the previous blog post, I shared that your image is defined by these three areas:  Verbal (the words we use)                    7 % Vocal (the way the words are said)    38 % Visual (gestures, eyes, face, body)     55 %                                                               … Continue reading

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Art of Telling – Your Image

The image you present to your listener(s) consists of various components. Powerful presenters have positive images. Ineffective presenters…well, not so powerful or positive. Our image is defined by these three areas: Verbal (the words we use)                  ____% Vocal (the … Continue reading

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Art of Telling – Ineffective Traits to Avoid

In my last blog post I shared with you the effective traits of speakers we like to see and hear. That’s a question I ask the audience during every one of my Art of Telling presentations. I also ask them … Continue reading

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